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MSU groups hold food drive for student parents

The Spartan Food Security Council is partnering with Sparty’s Kind Kids to run a food drive for student parents and their families who are in the Student Parent Resource Center. The drive will start Nov. 13 and run through Nov. 15. 


MSU board says no secret votes led to Nassar docs decision

In sworn affidavits, all eight MSU trustees say while they did meet “informally” in April to discuss releasing the documents relating to the university’s handling of disgraced ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar, there were no votes or formal actions taken at the closed-door meeting.


Hundreds gather at MI Capitol for Michigan Right to Life's 'March for Life' protest

Walking along the outskirts of the Michigan Capitol building, hundreds of anti-abortion supporters and activists joined together in a “March for Life" rally, hosted and organized by Michigan Right to Life, at noon today. The rally was arranged to be held a year after the 2022 Ballot Proposal 3, or the Right to Reproductive Freedom Initiative, which placed the right to abortion care into Michigan constitutional law, was passed. Earlier Wednesday morning, Right to Life filed a lawsuit against Proposal 3, arguing that the abortion access violates federal constitutional rights. 


What music do students listen to stay motivated?

As the end of the semester inches closer and finals week approaches, it’s important for students to use various tools like music as an outlet. Whether you’re at the gym or just studying for an exam, listening to music – whether relaxing or upbeat – can be a way for students to stay focused and motivated.


Tomorrow is Election Day. Are students voting?

Michigan State University students have the opportunity to demonstrate their political power during this year’s local elections. But according to MSU political science professor and Director of the Institute for Public Policy and Social Research Matt Grossmann, students don't often get involved in voting.